A Morbid Taste for Bones

Historical Mysteries

Author: Ellis Peters

In his first chronicle Brother Cadfael finds that his powers as a detective are more use than his skills as a herbalist, during an expedition to acquire the bones of a Welsh saint.In 1137 the ambitious head of the Shrewsbury Abbey has decided to acquire the remains of Saint Winifred for his Benedictine order. Brother Cadfael is part of the expedition sent to her final rest….Read More

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